Weinstein appeared in a Manhattan court Friday for a bail hearing. Prosecutors sought to have his bail increased to $5 million from its current $1 million, arguing he violated his terms by allegedly tampering with an ankle monitor. Weinstein has pleaded not guilty to allegations of rape and sexual assault. He’s scheduled for a follow-up hearing on Wednesday.
“The segment displayed to a national audience the same dismissive, manipulative tactics Harvey implemented to silence the voices of so many women for decades and helped create an environment that allowed him to leverage his power to strategically dismantle their reputations and careers.
“We believe the evidence against Harvey presented in the trial next month will be a moment of reckoning and he will be held accountable for his crimes. We continue to stand together to support those who have been victimized, and empower others to speak their truth.”
In addition to Judd, Sivan, McGowan and Arquette, the Silence Breakers signing the note included Caitlin Dulany, Dawn Dunning, Dominique Huett, Erika Rosenbaum, Jasmine Lobe, Jessica Barth, Katherine Kendall, Larissa Gomes, Louise Godbold, Louisette Geiss, Lucia Evans, Lysette Anthony, Paula Williams, Rowena Chiu, Sarah Ann Masse, Tara Subkoff and Zoe Brock
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